A national energy poverty strategy for Canada?

A national energy poverty strategy for Canada?

Canada needs a national strategy on reducing energy poverty. The federal government can play a leadership role by expanding the scale and scope of low-income energy efficiency. Here’s what we can learn from national initiatives in other jurisdictions.

Energy efficiency programs can change the energy poverty conversation

Energy efficiency programs can change the energy poverty conversation

Energy poverty is frequently blamed on carbon pricing and renewable energy transitions in the media, while the academic literature presents a more diverse picture that also includes the proliferation of inefficient buildings, rising income inequality and a lack of grid access as contributors

P.E.I. Program Success for Businesses & Consumers

P.E.I. Program Success for Businesses & Consumers

P.E.I. Businesses and Citizens Connecting on Energy Efficiency CHARLOTTETOWN – Matt Eye of M.B. Eye Electrical in Charlottetown operates his business under the slogan: “Innovative Electrical Solutions,” but for him, it’s mostly about connecting...

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